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Georgia and Great Britain May Sign Free Trade Agreement

Georgia and Great Britain may introduce free trade regime, Georgian Ambassador to Great Britain Tamar Beruchashvili noted on December 18. The countries have launched consultations, she added.

Despite the Brexit-related difficulties, the Georgina-British relations remain on the highest level. Georgia and Great Britain have intensified cooperation to overcome the Brexit-related challenges and make them new opportunities; New opportunities imply a signature of a new, strategic, comprehensive agreement with Great Britain”, Beruchashvili noted. 

BM.GE has contacted the British Embassy on the mentioned issue. 

The Embassy representatives told the news agency that, at this stage, technical negotiations are underway between the countries and bilateral meetings are being held in intense regime. Free trade regime is one of the issues. 

“Our countries genuinely have excellent relations. We also have positive dynamics in trade-economic directions. For many years Great Britain remains among Georgia’s top investors”, the Embassy representatives noted. 

BM.Ge has also contacted Georgia-Britain Chamber of Commerce. The British private sector is more interested in agriculture sector, but details will be unveiled later, they noted.